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The zero illegal deforestation challenge











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    The Zero Hunger Challenge
    Committee on Forestry, 22nd Session
    2014
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    Potential implications of corporate zero-net deforestation commitments for the forest industry 2017
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    This paper summarizes a review of corporate zero deforestation commitments by consumer goods companies, retailers and banks and their relevant corporate policies for sourcing, lending and other deal making. Risks and potential benefits to the forest industry from zero-deforestation commitments by its customers and financiers are analysed and some recommendations towards the forest-based industry are formulated.
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    Zero-deforestation commitments: A new avenue towards enhanced forest governance?
    Forestry Working Paper 3
    2018
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    The zero-deforestation movement has gained considerable momentum as governments and companies enter into commitments to curb deforestation. The most innovative are multi-stakeholder initiatives, where governments and international organi- zations have joined with the private sector and civil society organizations in making commit- ments to reduce deforestation. These pledges have created opportunities for improved forest governance by envisaging the private sector at the centre of the movement. They have also encouraged a broader understanding of the drivers and and consequences of deforestation, and how these can be more realistically addressed.

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